Chinese journalists visit the Royal Cliff Hotels Group

 

China has always played a major part in Thailand’s booming tourism industry and Chinese tourists have been very helpful to Royal Cliff’s continued success.   As part of Tourism Authority of Thailand’s (TAT) rehabilitation program after the recent flood crisis and in promoting the country as one of the best places in Asia for travel and leisure, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group on 14-15th December warmly welcomes participants from different newspapers and travel magazines from Guangzhou and Hainan, China. 

Mr. Roongtip Wongpatikarn Kimura, Assistant Director of TAT Hong Kong co-ordinates with local travel agencies to disseminate information and let journalists see the all-clear situation in the country.  Bangkok Icon Tour, the agency who organizes the familiarization trip has been working closely with the TAT on the said rehabilitation program.

Although Pattaya is not affected by the crisis, Royal Cliff Hotels Group, under the management of Mrs. Panga Vathanakul, has been very supportive and doing the best way possible to ensure, not only the people from China but also in other countries, that recovery is fast and that Thailand, is beyond any doubt, need to be in one’s itinerary, whether it is for business or pleasure.

Situated on a private parkland estate overlooking the stunning Gulf of Thailand, the Royal Cliff Hotels Group offers the perfect beachfront setting with traditional and modern Thai style furnishings, extraordinary service and the ambience of absolute luxury. The 64 acre property is home to four award winning 5-star hotels offering a sensory experience defined profoundly by its style, culture and elegance - all presented with the distinctive spirit of the State of Exclusivity and Fascination. 

 

For more information, please visit www.royalcliff.com



Photo Caption: Mrs. Panga Vathanakul and Mr. Vathanai Vathanakul, Managing Director and Vice President of the Royal Cliff Hotels Group, together with Chinese journalists and representatives from TAT.